Research on the topics we deal with at the GCL has developed over the last decade under the funds of different funding agencies across Europe. This is the list so far:
Cognitive and linguistic diversity across mental disorders: typology, behavioural analysis and neuroimaging. FFI2016-77647-C2-1-P, Spanish Government (Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad), coordinated project UPF/FIDMAG, 2017-2019, total funding volume EUR 96.000 (PI: Hinzen).
Language and Mental Health, AH/L004070/1, 2014-2018, funded at 918,980 GBP by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, UK. It involved multidisciplinary work on language in schizophrenia and aphasia, spread over three sites in the UK: Durham, Newcastle, and London (PI: Hinzen).
Language, deixis, and mental disorders. Ph.D. Grant FPI. FPI BES-2014-069483, to Kristen Schroeder, funded by the Spanish Government (Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad) (2015-2019).
Nonverbal communication and cognition in children and adults with non- or minimally verbal autism. Ph.D. Grant FI to Dominika Slušná, within the frame of 2017 SGR 1265 AGAUR, Generalitat de Catalunya (2018-2021).
Cognitive and linguistic diversity across mental disorders: typology, behavioural analysis and neuroimaging. Ph.D. Grant FPI to Clara Soberats, FFI2016-77647-C2-1-P funded by the Spanish Government (Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad), (2018-2022).
Language and Cognition in Alzheimer’s Disease: semantic and syntactic impairment profiles across progressive phases. Ph.D. Grant 2019FI_B 01036 , to Kayla Chapin funded by AGAUR, Generalitat de Catalunya (2019-2022).
Language disintegration in Huntington’s disease. Ph.D. Grant FI to Antonia Tovar, 2017-2020, AGAUR.
Postdoctoral Grant Beatriu de Pinós 2014 BP-A 00175, to Txuss Martín, funded by AGAUR, Generalitat de Catalunya (2015-2017).
Lenguaje, deixis y trastornos mentales (Language, deixis, and mental disorders). FFI2013-40526-P, Spanish Government (Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad) (2013-2016)(PI: Hinzen).
The origin of truth, based in Amsterdam, Netherlands and funded by the Dutch NWO (2006-2012).
UnCartesian Linguistics, based in Durham, UK and Munich, Germany, funded through a AHRC/DFG bilateral agreement from 2009-2012 (jointly with Professor Elisabeth Leiss, University of Munich).
Group of Biolinguistics and Cognitive Disorders (G-BCD) 2014-SGR200, funded by the Generalitat de Catalunya (the Catalan Government).